The paradox displays the style and diction that Shakespeare continues to utilize throughout the tragedy The end is the sleepwalking sceneand suicide.
At first he was skeptical though when it was announced by King Duncan that he will be made Thane of Cawdor, the next in line for king for his bravery on the battlefield he believed that their prediction was possible Macbeth's originality as a representation is what makes him so shockingly more interesting than anyone else in the play.
Although we are presented with his deterioration from good to evil, we can see his human side throughout the play, which makes it a tragedy.
Stormy weather is nearly always seen as frightening, dark and evil, because it is often related to so much danger and destruction, and Shakespeare uses this well to give and accurate and striking first impression of the play Through the use of symbolism and differing gender roles, Shakespeare demonstrates transformations and changes within the characters of Macbeth Kurbas also used farce to mock the solemnity of bourgeois tragedy and criticize contemporary politics.
But why, then, it will be asked, did not Shakespeare make his intention plain? Macbeth begins the play as a noble soldier and gradually changes into an ambitious and murdering tyrant.
The story then introduces the three witches for the second time and they tell him of his prophecy; that he will soon rule in King Duncans' spot on the thrown Earth we think of as clean and beautiful, but spirit gone back to matter is, in all senses, another matter. As a concordance will show, Bernard Shaw himself takes no greater delight than the gentle Shakespeare in using the word "gentleman" with devastating sarcasm.
And yet it might be managed better there than it generally is.